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Kidney diseases are silent killers, which will largely affect your quality of life. There are however several easy ways to reduce the risk of developing kidney disease. You have to follow these Golden Rules for healthy kidney.
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Surgeons in India claim to have removed the world's largest kidney from a patient with #ADPKD

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Saying "No" to dialysis never occurred to me when my kidneys had all but failed however if I faced the same circumstances as the man featured in the article then I'd probably reach the same conclusion.  Sometimes, as with other conditions such as cancer, quality of life means more than simply living.  There's some useful information on saying to dialysis on the excellent edren.org website.

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Great graphic of the recent 6 fold kidney transplants in San Francisco.

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Acute kidney injury prevention education events for GPs, pharmacists, practice nurses and practice managers http://bit.ly/1DTGAQz 

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Whether or not you agree with an 'opt-out' system of organ donation it is frustrating that we in England aren't having the same debate as the Welsh, Scots and Northern Irish.

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A rather radical approach to the shortage of donated kidneys in America.

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Cat genes could hold vital clues to treatments for human diseases including Polycystic Kidney Disease.
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